Adobe, at its annual Adobe MAX creativity conference, announced the next generation of its Creative Cloud subscription service, as well as Adobe Photoshop on iPad and a preview of a new Photoshop Camera app. The company made numerous announcements, which are listed here in this press release.
Adobe Photoshop on iPad
Initially previewed at MAX 2018, Adobe Photoshop on iPad brings core compositing and retouching workflows to the Apple tablet. The app features full PSD interoperability, a touch-based UI, cloud document access and the power to work on real-world, multi-layered creations, the company says. Developed specifically for tablets, Photoshop on iPad is an intuitive, more accessible entry point to Photoshop for new users as well as a great companion app for professional creators.
Adobe Photoshop on iPad is available to all Creative Cloud customers who are subscribed to Photoshop. It can also be purchased through the Apple App Store. Additional plan information is available here.
Lightroom launched interactive in-app tutorials on desktop and also features Panorama Fill Edges, which fills in the edges of an image using Content-Aware Fill technology. This can be accessed in-app and is available on Windows and on Mac.
Adobe Photoshop Camera
Previewed for the first time at Adobe Max, Photoshop Camera is an intelligent camera app using Adobe Sensei, Adobe’s AI platform, to automatically enhance photo quality. Photoshop Camera will include an expansive library of unique lenses and effects from leading artists and influencers, including musician Billie Eilish.
Adobe also released Adobe Aero, which empowers users to easily create immersive content that blurs the line between digital and physical worlds. Aero helps users create augmented reality experiences by using familiar tools like Photoshop and Dimension to produce creations that pop in an immersive, three-dimensional environment.
Create on Multiple Surfaces
Adobe also released major updates to Premiere Pro, After Effects, InDesign and Adobe XD. With this Creative Cloud release, new Adobe Sensei-powered features were introduced: Auto Reframe in Premiere Pro, Object Selection in Photoshop, Auto Tone in Photoshop Camera and Live Brushes in Adobe Fresco, the company said.
Updates to Creative Cloud desktop software are now available to all Creative Cloud subscribers, including those using membership plans for individuals, students, teams, educational institutions, government agencies and enterprises. Adobe’s mobile apps are available for download from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.